Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014


 Kate Kennedy club members

My last post noted the expensive fund raising dinner for Scotland's St. Andrew's University, starring Prince William and Kate, to be held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

I hinted via the chess board  image that the figure of £64,000 per table was potentially symbolic of something else.

Pillars J & B resonates with James Buchanan's Black and White whisky

Scotland's universities seem fairly popular with the wealthy "elite".

I wrote earlier year about the Baravian Princess, Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein, who was studying at St. Andrews, shouting "homophobic abuse" and branding the police "paedophiles". I incorporated Jimmy Savile's chum, disgraced Cardinal O'Brien within the post, given the latter lunched with the Pope after praying over St. Andrews' bones in 2010.

Just a couple of months ago I pointed out that St. Andrew's itself was allegedly the place where the first meridian line was laid, "arguably making it where time began". (Crossing the line)

Last week's Daily Record carried an interesting university story about a Scottish export being re-imported. Apparently, an American student, Taylor Scott, has formed a branch of US fraternity, Delta Kappa Epsilon, at Edinburgh University. It appears they glorify rape and transphobia.  The report notes that :

Five former US presidents were members, including George Bush and his son.

Whilst a former member states :

“I can’t emphasise how strange it was – it was masonic. I’m so glad I left.”

At St. Andrew's Uni however, these misogynistic practises are dwindling. Back in 2009, after Kate and Wills had left, I noted how the new rector, Dr. Louise Richardson, had withdrawn official support for the men-only "Kate Kennedy club" after deciding it was sexist. (klubbed klub)

Having said that, rich students from St. Andrew's University were involved in some sort of fracas just last weekend up in Aberdeen. Again from the Daily Record :

"Apparently it was tables with only guys at them that had been throwing tables about."
A stained glass window representation of St. Andrew from a church close to Glen Lyon and Fortingall, the latter the location of an extremely old yew tree and allegedly a hotbed of Druid activity long ago. Some claim that the image is hermetic, and represents the dawning of the Age of Pisces, hence the fish. Note Templar crossses.



aferrismoon said...

J-ames B-uchanan


Jachin and Boaz , the twin pillars.


Newspaceman said...

Cheers Moon, JB was most influentual in terms of his marketing strategy.